Helpful information to assist you in making the best decision for you and your family.

  • Home for the Holidays: Talk About Your Family’s Estate Plan

    Jennifer was featured in an article by “Investopedia” about how families should talk about their estate plan during the holidays. Click here to read the article.Read More

  • How to Adjust Your Estate Plan After Divorce

    The divorce process does not end when the papers are signed. Once both parties have legally gone their separate ways, important documentation will need to be changed to reflect the new relationship status. Start by updating your estate plan, as not doing so could resultRead More

  • Jennifer Guimond-Quilgey Featured in “529 Insiders”

    Jennifer was featured in an article by “529 Insiders” about college financial planning and educational legacy planning. Click here to read more.Read More

  • Jennifer Guimond-Quigley Featured in Financial Advisor Magazine (October 26)

    Jennifer Guimond-Quigley was recently featured in an article by Financial Advisor Magazine about estate planning questions advisors should ask their clients. Click here to read more.Read More

  • Hacking Your Spouse’s Email During a Divorce

    Think hacking into your spouse’s email might give you an edge in your divorce proceedings? That is exactly what Barry Epstein accused Paula Epstein of doing when it was discovered that she had retrieved emails from his account (the parties were in dispute as toRead More

  • Downfalls of DIY Estate Planning

    The rapid progression and convenience of the internet has made it easy to retrieve millions of free or affordable documents and software. This includes tools that purport to draft an estate plan from the comfort of your own home and with the click of aRead More

  • Jennifer Guimond-Quigley on “FOX 32 Chicago News”

    Jennifer Guimond-Quigley, managing attorney at the Law Office of Jennifer Guimond-Quigley, was a guest on “FOX 32 Chicago News” recently and discussed changes to the child support law in Illinois. Click here to read more about the new law.Read More

  • Divorcing? Think Twice Before You Post

    Sharing feelings and updates about your pending divorce on social media might not seem like a bad idea, but the reality is anything you post can become evidence used in court.  Additionally, regardless of whether or not you “unfriend” or block your spouse or mutualRead More

  • What is a Collaborative Divorce?

    The typical divorce process can often be very difficult – both emotionally and financially – for the parties involved. However, for couples that find themselves willing to settle their disputes through open and honest negotiations with a team of professionals dedicated to doing what’s bestRead More

  • Jennifer Guimond-Quigley in “Financial Advisor Magazine”

    Managing Attorney Jennifer Guimond-Quigley was featured in a recent article by “Financial Advisor Magazine” about how parents can encourage their college-bound kids to put in place a power of attorney. Click here to read more from the article.Read More

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